Looks like it’s finally Valentine’s Day in Springfield! As the Valentine’s Day update has hit our devices….
This is an IN-GAME Update. There’s nothing to download from the App Store. It should automatically start to download once you start up TSTO. If you don’t see it hard close and restart TSTO. If you still don’t see it…restart your device.
Back with more info as soon as I go through it…for now know that Homer starts things off with a 6s task. That task is what kicks off the Valentine’s Day Event itself. It’s a little event..similar to Thanksgiving 2015 and Deep Space Homer. Complete tasks to earn prizes….Oh and keep Skinner free for the next part…
Oh and Gil’s back too! (sorry no Discount Donut deal…) Again..going through it all…so will be updating this post as I go.
K guys the post is updated..sorry it took so long, had to take care of the TinyAddict 🙂 Continue reading →
So every once in a while, a period of TSTO downtime pops up and during that, tappers (ourselves included) begin a redesign (or design) phase for their Springfield. This is something we love to see. There’s nothing better than seeing tappers expressing their creativity and show casing different ways to build certain areas of Springfield. That’s the beauty of TSTO! It’s fluid and you never have to keep a design the same, unless you want to, for very long! This allows for redesign after redesign and allows you to express your creativity!
Sometimes… we get comments asking for tips and design ideas when it comes to certain areas of Springfield. While we do have a basic design guide here at Addicts (mostly just tips to get started), we thought it would be fun to create a series of posts based on different ways to design various areas of your Springfield. Note: In no way do we consider ourselves “experts” at this design stuff, in fact MANY of you could teach us a thing or two about town designs. These are just fun and different things we’ve come up with, inspired from our own minds or friends towns, to “spice up” our favorite virtual city!
For this edition, I decided it was high time to tackle a design in my B town I’ve been wanting to do for way too long. It’s been a long time since I first saved this image, but credit goes to a tapper named nehash81. I honestly don’t remember where I first saw this but my guess is on Flickr. I’m thankful I at least wrote down the origin ID. Inspired by this amazing Go Cart Track, I went through it step by step for anyone interested in placing something similar in their towns.